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IKUInternationellt KulturUtbyte (Sweden)
IKUInternacia Kongresa Universitato (Esperanto: International University Congress)
IKUIstanbul Kultur University (Turkey)
IKUInternational Kennel Union (Russia)
IKUInstitut Kesihatan Umum (Malay: Institute of Public Health; National Institute of Health; Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
IKUInstitutt for Kontinentalsokkelundersøkelser (Norwegian: Department of Continental Shelf Research)
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Pasito ti won fesun ipaniyan kan lodun bii meje seyin, tile ejo giga Ebute-Meta dajo iku fun lodun 2006, to si se bee to pejo ko te-mi--lorun lori idajo yii, gbogbo kukukeke ti fee pin bayii, nitori ile-ejo naa lawpn fowo si idajo iku yii, ki Pasito naa maa lo sibi to ran omo ijo re lo.
O lo si oko, lati lo pade iku re lasan ni Osun, Orisa Odo
ateka, Oba alewilese, olofin Oyigiyigi, ota aiku, Okitibiri a pa ojo iku
In addition, IKU would provide a quarter-year incentive up to 1% of total sales during the three-month period.
"We are the license and patent holders of the system," says Wayne Gearie, managing director of IKU windows.
Summary: The new brand of mobile phones, smartphones, tablets and accessories, IKU, is officially available on the Tunisian market.
When disappeared, turned into sea, was the earth [nir tasik buta iku bumi) the people of Pajang were defeated; they left their land.
Mobile devices firm IKU is planning major growth in the Middle East after launching the brand in the UAE last year.
AFTER a successful IKU European Championships in Santarem, Portugal, Karate Wales were again in action at the WUKF European Championships for Children, Cadets & Juniors, which were held in Liege, Belgium.
Representatives from the region picked up a number of medals as part of the Karate England national squad in the first IKU European Senior and Veteran's Championships in Santarem, Portugal.
In Urhobo culture, storytellers are known to begin their narration with the opening phrase, "Iku yegbel" to which the audience responds/chorus "Yegbe!" Roughly translated, "iku yegbe" means "a weighty or interesting story".